The Austrian Post releases a line of 150,000 “crypto stamps,” a set containing a crypto collectible authenticator and a stamp that can be used for actual mail.
According to the press release, the so-dubbed “crypto stamp” is the first stamp in the world to be authenticated via blockchain technology. The postal service has reportedly issued 150,000 copies sold at € 6.90 apiece.
When purchased, the stamp set comes in two parts. As pictured below, the left part, which is stylized with a unicorn associated with Ethereum, functions as a standard stamp that can be used to send mail. The right section, on the other hand, contains the credentials used to authenticate the crypto collectible via blockchain.
Image of stamp set. Source: APA-OTS
As previously reported by Cointelegraph, a crypto collectible (virtual) racing car recently sold for $110,600. The “1-1-1” car, the first and only to be issued, was auctioned off in advance for the release of blockchain racing game F1 Delta Time.
As per the official description for F1 Delta Time, the title is a competitive racing game where different cars have various in-game attributes:
“The game will center around the collection and trading of unique Cars, Drivers and Components – all of which will exist as non-fungible tokens based on the ERC-721 token standard. […] Tokens are produced in limited quantities as determined by their level of rarity, with the rarest tokens possessing the most impressive racing attributes.”
Source: , CoinTelegraph
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